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countries are gathering in jakarta for a trade fair to explore the possibilities. nhk world's desi tangjung reports. >> reporter: the muslim event is held by the organization of the islamic conference. companies and groups from iran's 30 countries are participating. businesses are showcasing an array of goods, including industrial products, clothing and food, and cosmetics. >> well, this is a very big event. all the participants, more than 500 plus, from different countries from the islamic world, they came here to participate, to showcase their latest innovation and products. and we find it is a very good idea to come and work with our brothers. >> reporter: many firms from japan and other non-muslim countries are also attending, hoping to cash in on muslim markets with growth potential. representing thailand, officials from the commerce ministry visited the fair. they say there are great possibilities for business in the islam world. >> indonesia, malaysia, thailand, and the rest of the asian countries will be one. so one family, one corporation. and we hope that we can go to the global m
at that time. >> at what point did they move to jakarta? >> he moved back first. both barack, sr. and lola watched by the - and different regulations on these us and so long so lola could only stand a short time. he kept trying to extend the visa after he married her and he got certain jobs he said were related to the geography that he learned and typography in honolulu to keep him there but eventually it was changed in very political ways and he was forced to go back and 66. in 67 in october, obama and his mother moved back. >> so the president lived in indonesia from 67 to 71, age six through ten. >> just about, yes. >> while you were in jakarta you found the school where obama went to school. >> [inaudible] >> is that in the exact chair? this is mardy so he is our witness. >> where did he sit? in the back? >> in the corner in the back? >> in the middle in the back. [inaudible conversations] >> that school is a statute, david maraniss. islamic actually the statue is out of the second school that he went to with shorts and a short sleeve shirt. the second school had more money than the fi
in jakarta. clinton says it is in the u.s. national interest to keep peace in the south china sea. >> we encourage asean and china to make meaningful progress towards finalizing a comprehensive code of conduct in order to establish rules of the road and clear procedures for peacefully addressing disagreements. >> asean members met in july, but disagreements over cambodia, vietnam and philippines unsettled the talks. they couldn't agree on a joint statement. >>> u.s. forces stationed in afghanistan are suspending local police training in order to perform background checks. the move followed a series of deadly insider attacks. our bureau in bangkok has the details. >> 1,000 new afghan police recruits are in limbo as the u.s. halts training. trainees account for only a small fraction of all of the security forces in the country, the move follows a spike in insider attacks, which are undermining trust between the allies. coalition forces are the target of violence carried out by the afghan counter parts or those impercent thatisonating them. the suspension followes a series of what has becom
islands jakarta is the headquarters for the nations. the u.s. hopes progress will be made before a sum nate president obama plans to attend. >>> a dog with a nose for mussels is working to stop a mess beingy -- a pesky infestation. sniffing out the mussels wreaking havoc in lake sonoma and mendocino. they are attaching themselves to the bottom of boats reproduce quickly over taking waterways and does straying habitats and fisheries. caused more than 500 million dollars in damage nationwide. the dog is randomly expecting boats. >>> 4:57. we are following developing news vallejo. serious questions are raised about fatal police shooting. we are there live with the latest on the investigation. >>> california delegate sent packing after trouble at the democratic national convention. >>> part gone horribly wrong. what led to the death of a fraternity pledge. >>> oakland church closes its doors after more than a century. why the end is also the beginning.
population. about 250 people gathered in front of the u.s. embassy in jakarta. authorities deployed 300 police officers to guard the compound. the rally ended after two hours without any major incident. anti-american rallies were also held in pakistan. demonstrations took place in the capital islamabad and the cities of karachi and peshawar. public anger against the united states is already strong in pakistan where u.s. air strikes targeting suspected militants regularly cause civilian casualties. >>> in egypt, several hundred demonstrators clashed with security forces near the u.s. embassy in cairo. police used tear gas to disperse the crowd. >> authorities remain on alert ahead of possible demonstrations after the friday prayers. >>> japan's prime minister wants to change how his citizens power their homes and businesses. yoshihiko noda unveiled his long-awaited energy policy. it calls for the country to phase out nuclear power in the coming decades. the plan reflects the feelings of many japanese following last year's accident at the fukushima plant. but big business says the policy
population. a about 250 people gathered in front of the u.s. embassy in jakarta. authorities deployed 300 police officers to guard the compound. the rally ended after two hours without any major incident. anti-american rallies were also held in pakistan. demonstrations took place in the capital islamabad and the cities of karachi and peshawar. public anger against the united states is already strong in pakistan where u.s. air strikes targeting suspected militants regularly cause civilian casualties. >>> in egypt, several hundred demonstrators clashed with security forces near the u.s. embassy in cairo. police used tear gas to disperse the crowd. >> authorities remain on alert ahead of possible demonstrations after the friday prayers. >>> japan's prime minister wants to change how his citizens power their homes and businesses. yoshihiko noda unveiled his long-awaited energy policy. it calls for the country to phase out nuclear power in the coming decades. the plan reflects the feelings of many japanese following last year's accident at the fukushima plant. but big business says the policy
foreign minister in jakarta. clinton says it's in the u.s. national interest to keep peace in the south china sea. >> we encourage asean and china to make meaningful progress towards finalizing a comprehensive code of conduct in order to establish rules of the road and clear procedures for peacefully addressing disagreements. >> asean members met in july, but disagreements over cambodia, vietnam and philippines unsettled the talks. members couldn't agree on a joint statement. >>> japan/china relations are strained over territorial claims to the senkaku island in the east china sea. but a troop of chinese dancer is setting aside fraction to mark the diplomatic ties. they visited northeastern japan to perform a popular chinese dance. the troop is from the sister city. members danced in front of about 1,000 spectators. the blallet depicts a love stor in caves, a world heritage sooi site on the silk road. officials have cancelled events to mark the anniversary in japan and china. city officials say they were concerned diplomatic rouse might force them to cancel this one too. >> translator:
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of more protest against the anti islamic film. we have new video from jakarta where indonesian police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse and hundreds of demonstrators outside the u.s. embassy. there have also been violent protests in afghanistan, pakistan, and other countries around the globe. >> today the occupy movement making its one-year anniversary. protesters are expected to gather a little bit later today >> in about four hours from now at 11:00 this morning there will be a news conference by this group, occupy bay area united, a very small group. only a handful of people so far, we have seen five or six people. this could change at 5:00 this afternoon when there is expected to be a demonstration. organizers are hoping for a large turnout. the occupation began at 5:00 on sunday and is organized by occupy bay area united and they want to get the word out and express their frustrations with corporations. live in san francisco, lisa washington. >> a couple hundred occupiers gathered near the n.y. stock exchange for a march this morning. a dozen or protesters sat on the sidewalk
. in indonesia, hundreds of protesters threw bombs and rocks outside the american embassy in jakarta. with tensions flaring, foreign policies are suddenly being brought to the forefront of the u.s. presidential campaign. for more on international and domestic concerns, i spoke a brief time ago with washington post associate editor bob woodward, author of the new book "the price of politics." following this controversial film about islam, known the president has to do, what is going through his mind as he weighs the response of the administration? >> what can be done about it that is effective? you try to contain them, you try to mollify them as much as you can, but there is not a whole lot, quite frankly. >> in your book, you reflect on the white house's obsession with the campaign and when -- winning the messaging more. how do you see this latest event playing into the presidential campaign? >> we just cannot tell. it may go on for some time, or it may subside, but what they are doing in the white house is saying what is the second and third downs of this? is it going to go into oct
jakarta for the annual japan festival. organizers have put on the week-long event since 2009 to promote friendship between the countries through culture and sports. nine indonesians played traditional japanese drums sunday at the opening ceremony. a japanese man who's been promoting friendship with indonesia for many years later thanked its people for helping restore areas in japan hit by the march twenty disaster. atso suzuki spoke by video phone from one of places hit hard by the tsunami. the event also featured a performance by jkt-48, indone a indonesia's version of the hit japanese all-girl pop group akb-48. 400 people sang together to close the event to express support for the survivors of the disaster. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo. for all of us here at nhk world, thanks for joining us.
forum this week in russia. she met with indonesian foreign minister in jakarta. clinton said it's in the u.s. national interest to keep peace in the south china sea. >> we encourage asean and china to make meaningful progress towards finalizing a comprehensive code of conduct in order to establish rules of the road and clear procedures for peacefully addressing disagreements. >>> japanese electronics firm signed a deal with a french fir in smart grid cooperation. toshiba produces advance storage batteries while it has know-how solutions that if help to sell products to utilities worldwide and boost their global standing in the energy business. the next generation power delivery system uses storage batteries and computer based remote control. smart grid management is expected to make renewable energy more viable. power generated through solar panels and wind turbines is subject to the weather. smart grid can store their output more effectively. eu leaders called an extraordinary summit for november. aiming to solve a trillion euro question. the amount for the median term budget.
.s. embassy in jakarta. back in the u.s. just three days now until the first presidential debate with the candidate spending the next few days intensely preparing for wednesday's showdown. kristen welker is traveling with the president in las vegas. >> reporter: with four mock debates under his belt, the president will rally in nevada before jumping into the ring with his sparg partner mitt romney. president obama got another boost, leading governor romney by four points, 49% to 45%. >> i want to see us export more jobs, export more products -- excuse me. i was -- i was channeling my opponent there for a second. >> reporter: last week romney hinting at his debate approach. >> he's trying to fool people into thinking that i think things i don't and that ends, i think, during the debate. >> reporter: for days both sides have been tamping down expectations, today on the sunday talk shows. >> he's prepared more than any candidate, maybe in history, certainly in recent memory. >> sometimes we expect a major break through, the comment, that doesn't happen very often. >> reporter: but o
in indonesia urging the states to present a united front in their dealings with china she will be in jakarta today to offer u.s. support in implementing a code of conduct for all claims to disputed islands on the south china sea. the hope is the plan will ease tensions in the region. jakarta is the headquarters for the association of southeast asian nations. the u.s. hopes progress will be madeíjsiy before a november summit president obama plans to attend. >>> in florida five whaling -- five whales are struggling after beaching themselves. beachgoers tried to help them back into the water. >> it is the right thing to do. >> hopefully they will get released and will be back with their family. >> only five whales survived they are being taken care of in a marine rehab center. pilot whales are a tight group speculation is they followed a sick member of their pod on to the beach. >>> next, new questions are being raised about a deadly officer-involved shooting in vallejo. the latest on the investigation. >>> party gone wrong. what led to the death of a fraternity pledge at a central california
at the u.s. embassy in jakarta indonesia. we will take a look at the wave of violence at 6:00. >> a local veteran is back on trial for the murder of his roommates, also an iraqi veteran. brad is live with what happened. >> closing arguments are an opportunity for lawyers to sum up the story they believe the evidence tells for the jury. today, they have gone more than six hours, almost unheard of. then again they seem to not be in a rush. it has taken six years to get to this point. it started in september of 2006 in a gaithersburg apartment shared by two former army rangers just home from war. a gunshot rang out. 22-year-old michael mcclain -- mcqueen was dead, shot in the head. his roommate told police an intruder did it. then he changed his story and said it was suicide. smith told police in a panic he threw the gun in a lake. in large part because of the changing story smith was charged with murder. >> by brother's life was taken. no verdict, nothing can change that ever. >> that was mcqueen's brother speaking in 2008 when smith was convicted on murder. that conviction was overturned o
sea. jakarta is headquarters for the association of southeast asian nations. the u.s. hopes progress will be made for the november summit that president obama plans to attend. >>> president obama is spending part of the day in louisiana checking out devastation left by sack. the president's visit today follows a similar meeting between mitt romney and storm victims last week. gulf residents have dealt with flooding and massive power outages since isaac came ashore last tuesday, storm victims say political showboating isn't what is needed they want to know who is going to get the power restored? >>> this weekend traditionally the end of high gas prices for the year. new survey says the national average this labor day sets a new record. the nation's average price for a gallon of regular is $3.80, third seen cents higher than a year ago in california where -- 13 cents higher than a year ago. in cal we pay more oil crews are returning to rigs in the gulf of mexico now that hurricane isaac has moved on.c9k >>> in florida, five pilot whales are struggling for their lives after beaching the
do people live better in britain and germany and america than in rio they janeiro or jakarta or mumbai. and -- wealth is not earned. it is basically the result of piracy. in 1965 barack obama senior wrote an article on the east africa journal talking what does the country do when you have rich guys at the top and mentioned a bunch of solutions but one of them is very high tax rates. and theoretically nothing could stop the government from taxing 100% of income. 1 hundred% tax rates. anyone familiar with economics would know this is nuts. why would anyone propose it? but once you plug in the underlying anti colonial ideas actually makes sense. imagine if you came to my house and stole my furniture. and 100%. not your furniture. and there's nothing wrong with the government taking it back. you didn't build that. not you. it is society. .. >> that america is a source of exploitation. if you look at the door moon of obama's policy, domestic and foreign, they are kind of went. domestically, he is expanding the power at home, locally and she is reducing america's power in the world
rather than the by india or the jakarta? the west innovated and took their stuff. although the view was not burned not of initiative but basically the results of piracy. in 19650 barack obama sr. roach an article which is a country do with the rich at the top? one solution is a high tax rate. theoretically nothing can stop the government from taxing 100% of it come. anyone familiar with economics would say why would anybody proposed that? but it makes sense with the anti-colonial idea. if you stole my furniture what is the tax rate for you? one hundred%. if it is appropriated then there is nothing wrong with the government to take a back. passport now to obama's comments. you did not build that. not you. society created the wealth. you skim off the top. it does not belong to you. so the government can seize the contents. it was not yours to begin with so all of the conservative arguments of incentive do not matter. how do you deal with the use? not incentives. you punish them and take away their gains the second part is the idea is that america, and american power, is bad for the wo
in jakarta. later sent to live with his grandparent in hawaii, he attended the exclusive school and columbia university. later harvard law school. in the first job as community organizer he rejected more lucrative offers. >> to me, he was still the guy who picked me up for our dates in a car that was so rusted out i could actually see the pavement going by in a hole in the passenger side door. >> while he worked on the southside, he lived in hyde park. of the 12 years as a lecture at law school. time >> manager: said in a few years he was a rock star professor. but there may be a different story. in 2003, only a third of students recommended his courses. >> steadily went down in five or six year he was there. >> nor did the future president leave record of scholarly writings. while others wrote prolifically in law journals. >> he showed up for classes and gave lectures and he was gone. >> the examiner found sharp contrast between the memory of the legal word and record of it. in "dreams from my father" he wrote in the legal practice i worked mostly with churches and community groups. this do
that i went to grade school in jakarta and . they look him and he looks no different from dick cheney or don rumsfeld. dea what part of death to america don't you understand. >> let's go back to cairo and other places. these radical jihadists, so they take our flag down and burn our flag. now, you ask me, somebody should pay for, i don't mean pay in terms of $10 to buy a new flag. i mean pay in terms of military action. why is america doing nothing? hell, obama's not even saying anything. >> no, he's not and this is the most basic core responsibility in international relations. you go back to the cold war, nobody had to worry about a mob rampaging through the u.s. embassy in moscow, trashing it, dragging the ambassador out and killing him. that's the basic mineral relationship between states. that's what the international order is, and if a state can't do that, it's not functioning as part of the international order. so for a start we should be saying, sorry, you big shot egyptian elites, sorry, you trashed our embassy, we're going to have a two-year backlog in protests basic visas. y
of a new labor deal with teachers. jakarta teachers return to classrooms after nearly ten days of striking. now according to the deal which has yet to be officially ratified that teachers won an average 17 and and a half percent pay raise or four years. the deal cost the school district's $74 million per year. it is that number that worries moody's. school system is already facing a billion dollar deficit in 2014. well, still to come, romney's people trying to lower expectations for next week's debate. his steaks. and the film that sparked violence and average around the world. the anti is law movie is banned in other countries. what about your? answers next. lori: freedom of speech under fire. one man's video, world leaders up in arms a lori: outrage across the world with his entire islam you to video under arrest. could face up to three years behind bars for allegedly violating his parole and lying about his involvement in the film. this as global leaders feared nuys the very notion of free speech. joining me now. great to see you. first, the filmmaker. and so let you know how to pronoun
and sacrificed their limbs for strangers half a world away, the students i jakarta or seoul eageto u the knowledge to benefit mankind. the faces in the square or in paiament who see them voicing their pirations. thyoung peop in ech ofbai whose eyes shine with promise. these men, women and children of every race and every faith remind me that for every angry mob that gets shown on television, there are billions around the world who share similar hopes anddreams theyell trea common heartbeat to humanity. so much attention in our world turns to what divides us. that's what we see on the news. that's whatonsus ou tides. buen you strip it all away, people everywhere long for the freedom to determine their destiny. the dignity that comes with work. the comfort that comes with faith. and theustice that exists when governments serve their people and not the other way around. the united states of america will always stand up for these aspirations, for our own people and for people all across e world. that was our founding purpose. that is what our htorys. iha chris stevens worked for through
? why the people live better in britain and germany in america than they do in rio de janeiro or jakarta? answer, the west invaded and occupied and looted taking on a stuffed. so wealth in this view is not ironed. it's got the result of creativity or initiative. it's basically the result of piracy. in 1965 barack obama's sr. of an article in the east african journal talking about what a country does when you have all these rich people at the top. he mentions a bunch of solutions, with one of them is very high tax rates. theoretically there is nothing that can stop government from taxing 100 percent of income. 100 percent tax rates. you might say, well, anyone who is familiar with economics and of this is nuts. why would anyone propose it? once you plug in the underlying intercolonial idea it actually makes sense. if you can to my house and stole all my furniture, the proper tax review, 100 percent because it's not your furniture. if wealth is seen as appropriated and the is nothing wrong with the government using all its power to take it back. let's fast-forward to obama's recent comment
. and then in jakarta, indonesia, protesters hurling fire bombs and clashing with police outside the u.s. embassy. then we take you to afghanistan. protesters there burning cars and clashing with police near a u.s. base on the outskirts of kabul. we go live to afghanistan. nbc's atia abawi joins us live from kabul. what's the latest? >> reporter: hi, richard. today was a violent day of protests here in afghanistan. we've seen days of protests since friday. and they were all very peaceful up until today, outside of the city of kabul at a main road, there were hundreds of demonstrators coming down that road where a nato base is located, as well as western compounds, western security companies living there. they were throwing giant rocks at the security compounds, they were throwing it at the police officers who were trying to tame the demonstration, according to the police here in afghanistan in kabul. they say that at least 45 of their police officers were injured primarily with minor injuries, including the police chief. but they refuse to fire at the crowd, afraid that it would agitate them even
clashes between protestors in jakarta, indonesia. thousands it took to the streets of afghanistan's stap cal today. tod today's events come amid concerns after four more u.s. soldiers were killed in another insider attack sunday by fellow afghan forces. we have all this covered with our nbc correspondents in the region and panl of experts. we begin in kabul, afghanistan. these insider attack seem to indicate a persistent yet very fundamental problem there. >> reporter: absolutely, richard. it's been a very disturbing trend here in afghanistan, and it's been the deadliest year for insider attacks. at least 51 nato service members have died this year alone, up from 35 in 2011. up from just 4 in the years of 2007, 2008 combined as you mentioned, four americans were killed yesterday in southern afghanistan in zabul province. it seems they have been duped by the afghan police at a checkpoint. they said they were under attack by the insurgency and called the americans for help according to a local afghan official. when the americans came, they turned their guns on the americans killing four an
the u.s. embassy in jakarta, hundreds of people threw rocks and fire bombs and battledded with police in their fury over an anti-islamic film made in the u.s. >> there is no other way. those who insult the prophet mohammed, whoever he is, must die. >> woodruff: meanwhile in southwest asia, hundreds of pakistanis chanted "down with america" and tried to scale barriers outside the u.s. consulate in lahore. police fought back with riot batons. >> the police are carrying out atrocities against us. the world is watching. we are condemning this anti-muslim film through this protest and saying to the government that all the consulate and diplomats should be sent back to the u.s. >> woodruff: and there were similar scenes in neighboring afghanistan. where crowds set fires and lobbed rocks at a u.s. military base in kabul. >> the infidels should correct themselves. otherwise we will continue to protest. >> woodruff: the new unrest in afghanistan came as american and nato forces face deadly new attacks. the first came friday when taliban fighters disguised in u.s. army uniforms struck a major b
in britain and germany and america than real vision narrow or jakarta or mumbai? the west invaded and occupied those countries. wealth is not earned. it is the results of piracy. barack obama senior wrote an article talking about what does the country do with all these rich guys at the top? he mentions a bunch of solutions. one of them is high tax rates. there is nothing to stop the government from taxing 100% of income. 1 hundred% tax rates. you might say anyone familiar with economics would know this is nuts. why would anyone propose it? but once you plug in the underlying anti colonial idea it makes sense. imagine if you came to my house and stole my furniture. what is the proper tax rate for you? 100% because it is not your furniture. if wealth is seen as appropriated there's nothing wrong with the government using all its power to take it back. let's fast forward to obama's recent comments to business guys, you didn't build that. not you. it is society. society created the wealth. you are swooping in and skimming off the top. it doesn't belong to you. this is an authorization
and embassies, protesters throwing rocks at embassy in jakarta and other large cities. what's being done about it? >> i think everybody knows there is a problem. and i should say the relatio relations -- relation between religion, it happens not only in indonesia but in many worlds. lesson to be learned is we have to learn how to live together harmoniously by respecting other faith, other values, other beliefs. we could do that if all leaders and the global community work together to build harmony among civilization and to avoid the so-called civilizations. >> you make important points and i know you'll be talking about this at your speech at the u.n., particularly as it relates to the film we saw. you said that that film was demeaning to islam. indonesia, of course, the largest muslim population. here we are at the new york stock exchange, probably the epitome of free markets and capitalism. you also said that if such things were allowed to continue to happen, there would be conflicts around the world. do you suggest that the united states should curtail free speech? >> well, i would like to
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outside the u.s. embassy in jakarta. they pelt them with rocks and use slingshots to whip marbles at them. only a volley of tear gas managed to chase away the crowd. also google india is blocking internet users from viewing the low budget movie that has ignited the fury. the movie follows the afghan government ordering an indefinite block of youtube. anna coren is in the afghan capital of kabul to tell us about the protests there. good morning. >> reporter: hello, carol. as you were saying, these protests hit the streets earlier this morning here in kabul. 300 protesters trying to make their way to the u.s. embassy were stopped by police. they attacked the police and 15 officers were hurt including the commander. two police cars were set on fire. there were plumes of black smoke coming from this area. we were able to get within a couple hundred meters, and then we heard reports they were firing into the crowd and targeting westerners. our security kept us away. but certainly this is a major disappointment for the afghan government. they were trying to keep a lid on the fury here. because
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